I am new to IT Security and I have been tasked with coming up with input and output validation for ESAPI. So for input validation, so far I got: Data Type Name Email ...
A malicious user can use Base-64 or other encoding scheme to bypass web application input validation or to bypass some external Web application firewall. Since these encoding schemes are infinite how ...
I have been studying to prevent my web app against XSS. I read about it on OWASP and other security channels, they all say that use ESAPI and similar library, and also do input filtering through ...
I'm thinking about using jQuery on the server-side (node.js) to validate user input (filter tags, remove every attributes except href, rel, target & style, modify css rules which are applied ...
Given a web application where user data must be properly escaped to avoid XSS, is it better to try to remove the "bad stuff" before it enters the database, or is it best to allow it in the database ...